Animals and Equality Conference

October 18, 2024 • 8:00 AM • Law School 3000

A vast literature now exists on the ethical status of non-human animals (for short, "animals"). This conference, "Animals and Equality," will focus on the role of animals in broadly egalitarian ethical views. Other work on animals and broad egalitarianism also falls within the scope of the conference (for example, analyzing the questions that animal well-being poses for egalitarianism among humans). More information is available on the conference website. This conference is organized by the Duke Center for Law, Economics and Public Policy (CLEPP) and co-sponsored by CLEPP and the NYU Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program. For more information, please contact Amanda Gonzalez at (amanda.gonzalez@duke.edu) or Leanna Doty (leanna.doty@law.duke.edu).